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Tennessee Football OL Gerald Mincey transfers; Nico Iamaleava Heisman odds

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One more college football game remains, but personnel and previews of next year have already begun. Both involve Tennessee Football, and Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker touch on them for Off the Hook Sports’ Friday, Jan. 5 podcast. They also talk more about the Citrus Bowl and what it means for UT going forward. Will Levis also makes the news.

Is Tennessee Football out of NIL?

After Gabe Jeudy-Lally and Dee Williams declared for the NFL Draft, Tennessee Football offensive lineman Gerald Mincey, who figured to be a mainstay on the Vols’ offensive line next year, entered the transfer portal. Is this a sign that Josh Heupel’s program and Spyre Sports have run out of NIL?

Who will replace Gerald Mincey?

With Gerald Mincey in the portal, who will Tennessee Football look to for a replacement? The Vols have options in the transfer portal, but can they lure any of them to Rocky Top? Will they have to bank on a younger player who hasn’t emerged yet stepping up and becoming a reliable offensive tackle?

Nico Iamaleava Heisman odds

FanDuel’s Heisman Trophy odds are out, and Tennessee Football quarterback Nico Iamaleava is tied for fifth for the 2024-25 season with odds at +1400. What does that say about Iamaleava and the Vols? Why are their national title odds so low while Iamaleava’s Heisman odds are so high? Don’t those conflict?

Citrus Bowl TV ratings

ON3 recently released the ratings for every bowl game this year, and despite not being a New Years Six Bowl, Tennessee Football beat the Iowa Hawkeyes 35-0 in front of the fifth largest television audience. The Vols drew more TV viewers than the Fiesta Bowl between the Oregon Ducks and Liberty Flames. What does this all mean?

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What a bowl win means long-term

Does winning a bowl game actually mean anything, or are the extra practices and just making one all that matter this day in age? How much will Tennessee Football be able to gain from winning the Citrus Bowl to close out the 2023 season? Is it any sort of consolation for a letdown year as a whole?

Will Levis blames Tennessee Football fans for issues

Titans quarterback Will Levis talked about Tennessee Football fans who are also fans of the Nashville franchise but don’t believe in him, and he implied it’s because he played for the Kentucky Wildcats while telling them to not become fans now. Is Levis delusional? Do Titans fans care about that?

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